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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turn the key forward a notch then it should come out. If you are turning the key all the way off it enables the accessories (radio etc), locks the key in the ignition and disables the gear shifter.
If thats not the case then there is a button to be depressed so that the key can turn anticlockwise>off another click and the key can be removed.
It'll be one or the other....faulty ignition lock is the only other diagnosis
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
could be faulty compressor which pumps up the suspension,is it leaking from anywhere,causing the pump to work too hard,has it just packed up,check fuses but probably compressor
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Hello, Check your engine oil first. Then I would say to drive to an Autozone or Oreillys for a free scan to get the Code from the onboard computer. Since your engine has a knock you should not drive it. Call the Dealer for a Tow.
But there is some good news if you meet the mileage requirements of an Extended Warranty for owners with 4.6L and 5.4L engines built between 2004- 2008. Call with your Vin# and tell the Lincoln Dealer you think you have a Cam Phaser problem. This problem has a Warranty extension of 7 Years and extra miles.
The problem is a part which keeps the valves synchronized on both sides of the engine. The Cam Phasers are expensive and labor intensive to replace. If you do not get help from Lincoln, there are cheater tools on the market to cut Labor by half. But a Novice should not attempt this repair.
You should get the Codes read by a scanner. You can also have a different problem with the sparkplugs backing out. The Knock you hear could be escaping compression from the cylinder head. The scanner will identify a problem cylinder.
I hope my Solution is helpful. There is really no good way to tell you it is not a do it yourself fix without you having experience and a good range of tools.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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